Wednesday, January 28, 2009

50 + 1 Recipes for Bananas

Its a fruit we buy every week.

1. Pineapple Banana Loaf - perfect way of using up over ripe banana's

2. Baked Banana's with Coconut

3. Banana Crepes

4. Lisa's Banana Pudding

5. Baked Banana's with Brown Sugar - this sounds so good and so very easy to do...

6. Banana Dessert Squares

7. Banana Rum Custard - I like the sound of this too

8. Banana Pecan Bread

9. Orange Banana Smoothie

10. Honey Ambrosia

11. Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

12. Banana Yogurt Cupcakes

13. Baked Banana Crumble

14. Banana Nut Pancakes

15. Easy Banana Bread

16. Banana Oatmeal Cookies

17. Fried Banana's

18. Banana Chocolate Cream Pie

19. Banana Split Dessert - I haven't had one of these in an awful long time!!

20. Banana Waffles

21. Oatmeal Banana Cupcakes

22. Easy Banana Cookies

23. Old Fashioned Banana Fritters

24. Cheesy Banana Bread Pudding - this is an odd combination if you ask me.....

25. Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Banana Sandwich

26. Banana's with cream and nana used to make this. Mash a banana on a plate, sprinkle granulated sugar on it and top it with cream or milk, it is so good, again I haven't had this in a long time.

27. Chocolate Banana Pops - Ideal for the kids

28. Blueberry and Banana Bread

29. Banana Spice Cupcakes

30. Banana Jam - never ever heard of this? Has anyone had this before?

31. Banana Boats

32. Banana Milkshake

33. Banana Push-Ups - another kid friendy recipe

34. Banana Toffee Bread

35. Chocolate Banana Trifle

36. Banana Stuffed French Toast - I am drooling..yum, yum

37. Jamaican Banana Bread

38. Banana Squares

39. Banana Sour Cream Coffee Cake

40. Banana Velvet Doughnuts - I would love to try these

41. Applesauce Banana Bread

42. Banana Wrap - another kid friendly recipe

43. Banana Bread Pudding

44. Bananas con Mousse de Duraznos - Bananas with Peach Mousse

45. Banana Choc-Chip Spring Rolls - these look really good

46. Banana Crumb Muffins

47. Banana Peanut Butter Muffins

48. Baked Banana Spring Rolls with Rum Sauce - this would be good at a dinner party

49. Banana Raisin Loaf - I'll give this one a miss...LOL

50. Quick Banana Choc-Chip Muffins

51. Banana and Yogurt Icecream - this sounds good

Have to say there are some yummy looking recipes in that list. It was actually an easy fruit to find recipes for. Although we do buy bananas on a weekly basis, I think I will be buying more from now on.

Nutirtional info here

Next week it is grapes.


Footnotes said...

You are naturally a gifted person with so much to offer to us.

Hope you'll join us at Saturday Footwear Fever this week. See you!

Tracey McBride said...

Thank you so much for these recipe posts! You always seem to highlight items that I have an abundance of at the time (of course, this time it's bananas--I have so many in the freezer that they're making it crowded). I am off now to browse through the recipes!
Thanks again.
P. S. I thank you for assigning me "P's"! I'm a bit behind on the blogging but it is to be my very next post. :)

George said...

I would have to say that there are MANY yummy recipes in this list. Thanks for finding them for us.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Thanks Gill. George and I both eat a banana EVERY day. This gives us options --which is great!!!! Of course, I love good-ole "Nanner" Pudding!!! Yum!